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Companies must eradicate all traces of forced labour – CIPS

Companies must step up their game to eradicate all traces of forced labour, David Noble, group CEO of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, said in response to claims by the BBC’s “Panorama” programme that child refugees in Turkey are making clothes for UK shops.

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Missguided hub opens in Manchester

Missguided’s new purpose-built warehouse at Grand Central, Manchester, operated by XPO Logistics, has been officially opened.


Adidas chooses Knapp automation

Sportswear company The Adidas Group has chosen Knapp to automate its new e-commerce facility based in Rieste, Germany.

Clothing Manufacturer secures Stockport depot

Clothing manufacturer Chilli Apparel has agreed a 145,000 sq ft letting in Stockport to support its expansion plans. The company has taken a ten-year lease on Chain Point, a warehouse unit in Bredbury, at £3.75 per sq ft.

Takko Fashion picks Hermes for online

Takko Fashion picks Hermes for online

Takko Fashion has chosen Hermes Fulfilment to be its logistics partner. It will handle the warehousing and order picking for all its online products.

Ted Baker picks XPO to manage European DC

Fashion retailer Ted Baker has awarded XPO Logistics the contract to manage its new pan-European distribution centre. The agreement covers Ted Baker’s retail, wholesale and e-commerce operations across the Continent.


Awards now open for entries

 The 20th Anniversary Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Logistics & Supply Chain magazine, are now open for entries.